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  • Sustainable Solutions for Powering Transit Buses

    Jennifer Hodson Marketing Director – Global Bus and Natural Gas

    Mexico City September 26th, 2016

    Reduction of particle emission from diesel vehicles (Public Transport and Freight)

    Alternatives for Mexico City

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     Cummins in Public Transit Bus Market

     Market Offerings

     A Portfolio Approach to Cleaning up Air

    Cummins in Public Transit Bus Market


    — Cummins in Public Transit Bus Market

    — Solutions Portfolio

    — A Portfolio Approach to Clean


  • Focus on


    Uptime & TCO

    # 1 Bus engine

    supplier in the



    Of the world’s

    bus needs

    served in 2015

    97 Years of

    experience in the

    engine business


    2B+ passengers daily

    Unparalleled Global

    Support Network


    Powering buses in

    Mexico since

    Engines shipped to

    over 140 countries

    Cummins Bus Engine Business Facts

    190+ countries

  • Broad Product Range

    Natural Gas


  • Bus Market Megatrends

    U rb

    a n

    iz a

    ti o


    Public transit

    solutions to combat

    urban clogging C

    o n

    n e

    c ti

    v it


    Real Time Fleet and

    Route Management.

    A lt E

    n e

    rg y

    Sustainability has

    taken center-stage E

    x p

    o rt

    Exports across regions

    by both developed and

    emerging market


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    Environmental Sustainability Lower Total Cost of Ownership

    Improved Uptime

    Cummins Global Transit Bus Initiative

    Focus is close partnership with customers to understand their business and optimize our

    products for their specific applications and duty cycles. Scope includes optimized calibrations, product tailoring with improved power and torque, mild-hybrid technologies, integrated

    powertrains and an expanded lineup of alternative-energy products.

  • Emission Standard Evolution

     Reduction of pollutants

    – Close to 99% reduction

    with more stringent

    emission standards

     EPA 2010 technology

    – Offers additional reduction

    of NOx compared to Euro


  • Diesel Start / Stop

     Optimized for Bus Duty Cycle

     Proven durability

    – Over 4M Start/Stop events accumulated

    – 680 Start/Stop units in service

     Proven reduction in fuel consumption and CO2 emissions

     30-40% reduction in NOx emission

     Improved passenger and pedestrian comfort

     Flexible architecture to meet customer and operator needs

     Short payback period

  • Diesel Hybrid

     Mainstream product in NA and Europe

     Engine downsizing

    – B4.5 Euro 6 powering double decker bus

     Two systems

    – Engine is a back up for electric system

     Long route capability

     No infrastructure investment required

  • Natural Gas

    Economics Energy Policy Environment

     NG price less than diesel

    – However payback impacted

    • Fuel price differential

    • Fuel Usage

     NG vehicle premiums

    justified by fuel savings

     Reduced crude oil imports

    – Abundant supply of NG

    – Ability to use renewable bio-

    methane sources

     Global oil production

    impacting economics of

    fuel pricing

     Adopting fleets increasing

    access to “green minded”

    customers, edge in niche


     Meets or exceeds GHG

    emission reductions

  • Near Zero Natural Gas

     Ability to meet Near Zero Emissions

    – ARB requires to certify at 0.02

    • Near Zero ISL G is certified to 0.01

    – 90% reduction from current EPA of 0.2 g/bhp-hr

     Low emission internal combustion technology

    – Competitive with electric, hybrids, and fuel cells

     Based on current ISL G architecture

     Maintenance free aftertreatment

    – 3-way catalyst

  • Near Zero Natural Gas

    One 1985 engine emits the same NOx as 1080 ISL G Near Zero engines


    Near Zero - How Much NOx is Reduced?

  • Electrification

     Not the future, a reality today

     Wide-spread interest at transit authorities

    – Urban pollution is primary driver of interest

     Battery technology has developed but still relatively new

    – Electric buses are still highly reliant on government funding

     Must consider TCO in a different way

     Duty cycle/route analysis must be complete to determine impact on fleet

  • A Portfolio Approach to Clean Propulsion

    A Program of

  • Emission



    Clean Air

    Lower Nox




    What Do You Value Most In Your Solution? Choose Your Key Enablers.


    Low Maintenance

    Uptime Noise Pollution

    In Route

    or Depot


    Life of Bus

    Lower Initial


    Mileage Range